The Bankrupting of America
By: William Salomone Jr.
"Exceptionally well written, organized and presented, "The Bankrupting of America" is impressively informed and informative, making it an ideal and highly recommended addition to community, college, and university library Contemporary Social Issues collections in general, and Modern Economics supplemental studies reading lists in particular." - Midwest Book Review
About the Book
The Bankrupting of America explores America’s unimaginable national debt – which may never be repaid. It also addresses illegal immigration and terrorism, with suggestions of improving life for Americans.
About the Author
William Salomone, Jr. is a retired businessman and financial executive – a numbers guy. He previously did not pay much attention to national politics. He was happy living the American Dream with his wife of 50 years and his son. However, in 2014, he retired and decided to look into the reported national debt in trillions of dollars and the financial strength of the government entity that was to be sending him Social Security checks. After his research, he was stunned and alarmed. It became his strong belief that if a private company reflected the same financial statement as the U.S. government, that company would be bankrupt and out of business.
(2018, Hardcover, 238 pages)